Basketball

PYD International Hoopfest in Quezon Welcomes Summer

The summer heat will be ushered in by sizzling hoops action as the Pinoy Youth Dreamers host the PYD INTERNATIONAL BOYS 18 under Basketball Challenge on March 24 to 28 at the Batis Aramin Resort in Lucban Quezon.

Fans are surely guaranteed of quality youth basketball action as our local PYD teams from Metro Manila, Malabon, Lucban, Quezon and Bulacan slug it out with six high school teams from Guam namely George Washington School, Father Duenas, Okkodo High School, Simon Sanchez Sharks, JFK Islanders and Tiyan High School plus the Crossover sports team from Canada and Penang Team from Malaysia.

Following the success of the debut of this tournament last year which Simon Sanchez of Coach Jin Han ruled, this edition will prove to be worth anticipating.

The host of the tournament will be Chairman Chicoy Capistrano of PYD Lucban Chapter and all games will be played at the Batis Aramin Hotel and Resort.

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Tournament director will be PYD Founder and President Coach Beaujing Acot.

This tournament will not be possible without the help of the following:

Mr. Sonny Barrios and Mr. Bernie Atienza of Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas, Smart Communication Incorporated, Regent, Starbread, Breadsrory, JAMAN, PP BUSLINE, Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, Dymaxion Builders Incorporated, Buddy’s Pancit Lucban, H+Autoworx, Xpress Printing, Chairman Joselito Dela Merced and Madam Josie Macapagal of Barangay San Antonio, Pasig City and Kelly Williams, Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office headed by chairman Jose Jorge Corpuz and general manager Alexander Balutan.

Let’s then feel the basketball heat with the PYD International Boys 18 under Basketball Challenge. Let the games begin!

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